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Internet Talk Radio

Internet Multicasting Service

The Internet Multicasting Service was the Internet's first radio station. With headquarters in the National Press Building and on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., the nonprofit station operated from 1993-1995.

Known as Internet Talk Radio (“The Flame of the Internet!”), Internet Multicasting provided live streams from the floor of the House and Senate, streamed National Press Club Luncheons, was a member of the Public Radio Satellite System, created original programming, and broadcast numerous live events.

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Internet Multicasting Service Document Repository Your Place in Cyberspace Internet Multicasting Service Presentation materials summarizing first full year of operation.
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Internet Multicasting Service Document Repository A Cyberspace Christmas Campaign Internet Multicasting Service This seemed like a good idea at the time, but led to the first large-scale distributed denial of service attack on Santa Claus.
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Internet Multicasting Service Document Repository Internet Multicasting to Provide Three Full Days of Cyberspace Broadcasts Internet Multicasting Service The beginning of our 3-day cyberstation extravaganza in Las Vegas.
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Internet Talk Radio
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Internet Multicasting Service Document Repository Letter to NTIA Carl Malamud Letter to the NTIA confirming that we would provide a demonstration for members of the press and thegovernment.
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